How can you help your English as a Second Language (ESL)/ English Language Learners (ELL) students participate more fully in the classroom? These students are faced with a difficult task—absorbing content instruction while their English skills are still being developed.
A recent article by Hallie Smith MA CCC-SLP (speech language pathologist and educator) offers 10 useful tips to help teachers who have ESL / ELL students in their classes.
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